Behavioral Keys in Cryptography and Security Systems
In this paper will be presented new ways of using some behavioral features and habits for security purposes and cryptography. In particular several different solutions will be described, which present possible application of selected behavioral patterns, characteristic for particular users. Such behavioral patterns can be extracted thanks to the application of new generation cognitive vision systems. Obtained personal feature, can be next use for security reasons, as well as in cognitive cryptographic protocols.
This work has been supported by the AGH University of Science and Technology research Grant No 184.108.40.2069.
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